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ATLANTIC 





CHRISTIAN 




COLLEGE 



PINE 




Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2012 with funding from 

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 



http://archive.org/details/pineknot1979atla 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



INTRODUCTION 



STUDENT LIFE 16 

SPECIAL EVENTS 40 

ORGANIZATIONS 68 

SPORTS 98 



GREEKS 



132 



PEOPLE 



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EDITOR SUZANNE CRUTCHFIELD 

ASSOCIATE EDITOR CINDY SULLIVAN 

ASSISTANT EDITOR JANE ROEBUCK 

BUSINESS MANAGER KEN FINCH 

ADVISOR JODY SEXTON 



REPRESENTATIVE JOE ALLEGOOD 




THE FIRST DAY 

By Christina Rossetti 

I wish I could remember 
that first day, 
First hour, 
first moment 
of your meeting me, 




If bright 

or dim 

the season, 

it might be 
Summer or Winter 

for aught 

I can say; 
So unrecorded 

did it slip away 





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A day of days! 
I let it come 
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As traceless 
as a thaw 
of bygone snow; 



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It seemed 

to mean so little, 

meant so much; 
If only now 

I could recall 

that touch 





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STUDENT LIFE 



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SUMMER SCHOOL 
FLOODS BRING . . 







SUMMER 

SCHOOL 

FUN! 



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LET'S START THE YEAR . . . 




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IN 

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BLOOD 

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DRAWN! 



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WOMEN'S 

INTERDORM 

INTRODUCE 




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SADIE HAWKINS 
TO THE 
CAMPUS 
FOR SOME ALL 
DAY ACTIVITIES 



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TOM MORRIS AS 
MR. TOP HAT OF 
1979 




26 




A LITTLE SPICE IS 
ADDED TO ACC BY 
THE PHI MU 
DATING GAME 



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LOOK AT 
THOSE 
TURKEYS 
RUN 




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IT'S BEGINNING 
TO LOOK A 
LOT LIKE 
CHRISTMAS 



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CAN YOU 
BELIEVE IT? NO 
CLASSES AT 
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THE FACULTY 
AND STUDENTS 
ENJOYED THEIR 
VACATION 



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COFFEEHOUSES 
ARE ALWAYS 
FUN WHEN . . . 




EVERYONE 
SINGS A LONG! 



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LOOKS LIKE 

WE 
MADE IT! 











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SPECIAL 
EVENTS 



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JUST ANOTHER PTA!! 




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DOSTER 
PLANS MANY 
EXCITING 
THINGS FOR 
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DOSTER'S 
RECEPTION 
WAS 
DELIGHTFUL 




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STAGE AND 
SCRIPTS: BUS 
STOP AND . . 





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LITTLE 

MARY 

SUNSHINE 



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BRIDGE, 

BACK ALLEY 

AND SOME . . . 





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BLUEGRASS 

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MISS SABRINA LANIER 
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MISS DEE WATERS 1st 
RUNNER UP 




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MISS JANE ROEBUCK 2nd 
RUNNER UP 




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Mitzi H. Jordan 



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Daphne Ann Winslow 




Mary Baggett 



REMAINING SEVEN 
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Melodye K. Parker 



Teri Lyn Davis 



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Vickie Shingleton 



Susan Stewart 








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Betty Seavy ' 






Vickie Elaine Woolard 




Elizabeth Raper 




Janice R. Bonner 



Melodie Lynn Brewster 





Marjorie Lamm 



Angie Falgout 



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Sheree Harrell 



Pam HaySs 





Teresa Gail Hinton 



J. Kimberly Burns 



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COMING 

HOME FOR 

HOMECOMING 




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ORGANIZATIONS 




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SGA OFFICERS 




GEORGE MURPHY, PRESIDENT 



PHYLLIS PARRISH, VICE PRESIDENT 



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SANDY WHITE, SECRETARY 



CHUCK WHEELER, TREASURER 



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Jane Roebuck. Assistant Editor 



Suzanne Crutchfield, Editor 



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Nancy McLawhorn, Lillie Darden, Lori Ball, and Cindi Porter, Layout Designers 



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COLLEGIATE STAFF 




J. Fred Pearce, Assistant Editor 



Tom Smith, Business Manager 



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SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB 




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/OCAL ENSEMBLE 



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P.E. CLUB 



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PI GAMMA MU 




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ENGLISH CLUB 




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fRACK CLUB 




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WOMEN'S INTERDORM 




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AFRO AWARENESS SOCIETY 




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ACCOUNTING CLUB 




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STAGE & SCRIPT 




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ALPHA OMEGA 




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M_PHI CHI 




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MEN'S INTERDORM 




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STUDENT NURSES 
ORGANIZATION 




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EDUCATORS OF THE HEARING 
IMPAIRED 




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3AMMA DELTA IOTA 




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SPORTS 



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SOCCER BY 

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ACC 

WOMEN 

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HOW TO 



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ROOT, ROOT, 

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GOLF TEAM SAYS "FORE" 




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GREEKS 



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PANHELLENIC 

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DELTA ZETA 




Linda Riley 
Penny Dull Southard 
Susan Cherry 
Kathy Massey 
Nancy Gott 
Jeannie Boyd 
Martha White 
Lynn Wall 
Pam R. Jones 
Betty Seavey 
Joy Mackvick 
Cecilia Burnette 
Sheila Sasser 
Sharon Shotwell 
Debbie Boykin 
Susan Davis 
Linda Wright 
Pam Sanders 
Linda George 
Lauri McWilliams 
Susan Dalton 
Becky Shell 
Kathy Simpson 
Linda Walter 
Susan Johnson 
Joyce Heaton 
Brenda Parks 
Vicki Altman 
Debbie Baldwin 
Janice Ennis 
Patti Hampton 
Barb Butterworth 
Tish Perkins 
Denise Sawyer 
Pam L. Jones 
Jean Daughtry 
Faye Turner 
Donna Slaughter 
Diane Morene 
Wanda Lewis 
Helen Foss 
Carolann Green 
Shannon Kinnier 
Janet Etter 
Dee Waters 
Blonnie Stroud 
Deane Cotton 
Laurie Hutchinson 
Paula McCoy 
Lauren Bragg 
Ladeane Little 
Sherry Marion 
Vicki Johnson 
Pam Johnson 
Terri Mohr 
Scarlet Slater 






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PHI MU 



Cynthia Adams 
Diane Barnes 
Kelly Barnes 
Margaret Bennett 
Nancy Bridges 
Terry Cook 
Becky Council 
Deb Cox 
Frances Davis 
Cathy Edwards 
Rosemary Edwards 
Mary Forbes 
Karen Game 
Merry Govan 
Sherree Harrell 
Mary Harris 
Annie Hill 
Dee Jameson 
Donna Jones 
Lu Ann Jones 
Amy Lamm 
Laurie Leinhaus 
Amy Magers 
Lori Magers 
Cathy Markum 
Margie Mauk 
Beth McMurrer 
Cindy McNeill 
Phyllis Parrish 
Melodye Parker 
Barbara Queenan 
Kathy Reynolds 
Kay Richey 
Joan Roughton 
Helen Saunders 
Elaine Schmid 
Anna Smelser 
Jo Ann Smith 
Shirley Spence 
Susan Spivey 
Karen Steinback 
Vickie Strickland 
Wanda Tatum 
Judy Taylor 
Karen Thomas 
Frances Wages 
Amy Wagnor 
Debra Waller 
Celeste Warren 
Channey White 



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Pam Armstrong 
Saralyn Chappell 
Denna Copeland 
Tanyer Clark 
Debbie Cunningham 
Debbie Curcio 
Betty G. Darden 
Karen Edwards 
Julia Everett 
Betsy Gentry 
Maria Gonzales 
Amy Hanson 
Dorothy Harris 
Sharon Johnson 
Beth Jones 
Margaret Knowles 
Sam Matsen 
Linn Smith 
Ginny McCraw 
Pam Moore 
Karen Page 
Robin Parr 
Lynn Peek 
Beth Perkins 
Sharon Riley 
Lynette Roberson 
Jane Roebuck 
Sharon Rogers 
Beverly Smith 
Laura Stowe 
Cathy Vaughan 
Mary Pat Vidarte 
Sandi White 
Kathy Whitehurst 
Angela Woodard 
Renee Newcomb 



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David Beddingfield 
Lennie Breedlove 
Scotty Chadwick 
Rox Corbin 
Terry Craft 
Bruce Currin 
Allan Daniells 
Glenn Davis 
Johnny Earl Chestnut 
Dan Harris 
Mike Holder 
Terry Howard 
Jeff Joyce 
Whit Kenney 
Robin McKeel 
Newsome Moore 
Mitch Moss 
Allan Myers 
Charlie Pleasants 
Jay Revelle 
Mike Saleeby 
David Sledge 
Jerry Sledge 
Steve Sledge 
Billy Tatum 
Clark Winslow 
Tony Winstead 
Richard Best 
Tommy Cooper 
Tabb Evans 
Mark Rose 
David Urban 






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Mike Horner 
Jimmy Cornick 
Bob Vartanian 
Glenn Jones 
Steve Sweet 
Wayne Joyner 
Tommy Wheeler 
Zack Koonce 
Jerry Hardison 
Bob Schoonover 
Andy Davis 
Randy Faircloth 
Chris Webb 
John Stone 
Tim Ross 
Ronnie Ross 
Cliff Futrell 
Clint Hopkins 
Mike Wooten 
Tom Cory 
Jeff Weatherspoon 
Dave Frommer 
Miles Stanley 
Butch Ligon 
Danny Whitehurst 
David Diliion 
Blake F. Cale 
Jimmy Dixon 
Morgan Dickerman 
Tim Hinnant 
Brad Gillam 
Jones Fuquay 
Bob Boisseau 
Dave Winborn 



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■ SIGMA PHI EPSILON 



Vance Alford 
Greg Allen 
Paul Arena 
Jim Bishop 
Ray Boyette 
Russ Brummit 
George Casey 
Bill Colbert 
Billy Corbett 
Jimmy Council 
Rich Crangle 
Wayne Critcher 
Phil Darnell 
Glenn Fleetwood 
John Gibson 
Hank Hillard 
Mark Hodges 
Gary Holtsman 
Dusty Hyatt 
Bruce Jones 
Joey Justice 
Ken Kinion 
Steve Kyte 
Jack Liberty 
Bunt McKay 
Mercer Oast 
Mitch Parker 
Phil Robbins 
Rhine Sharpe 
Marty Squires 
Marshal Taylor 
Gary Thompson 
Karl Thurber 
Lin Toombs 
Robbie Wade 
Harrison Ward 
Bobby Winne 
Bill Wood 



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SIGMA PI 



Mitch Adams 
Dean Nester 
Larry Heaton 
Mac Carroll 
David Fry 
Mark Hillard 
Larry Cleveland 
Andy Woolridge 
Mike Matsen 
Les Garrett 
Jim Vitt 

David Stumbaugh 
Alex Porter 
Ed Upchurch 
Robbie White 
Ricky Eaton 
Andy Bryant 
Allan Green 



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PHI MUS, SIGMAS, 
AND DELTAS WIN! 




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CLASS OF '82 




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Zebulon Alford, Tarboro, NC 
Carolyn Ambrose, Plymouth, NC 
Sharon Ames, Dudley, NC 
Elizabeth Antonucci, Suffolk, VA 
Sherry Arnold, Fuquay-Varina, NC 
Barry Atwater, Hopewell, VA 



William Balderson, Carolina Beach, NC 
Lori Ball, Clinton, MD 
Beverly Barnes, Garner, NC 
Susan Barnett, Henderson, NC 
Timothy Barrett, Bath, NC 
Kim Bartlett, Elizabeth City, NC 



Harry Batten, Wilson, NC 
Christy Beach, Oak City, NC 
George Bell, New Bern, NC 
Margaret Bennett, Edenton, NC 
Jefforey Best. Goldsboro, NC 
Marshall Best, Wilson, NC 



Elizabeth Biggers, Goldsboro, NC 
Lee Billings, Raleigh, NC 
Debra Blackwelder, Kinston, NC 
Sharon Blanton, Richmond, VA 
Febra Bonner, Portsmouth, VA 
Peggy Bowden, Clinton, NC 




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Morgan Boyd, Asheville, NC 
Raphael Boyd, Raleigh, NC 
Tammy Boyd, Pantego, NC 
Bonnie Boykm, Raleigh, NC 
Susan Bradley, Whitakers, NC 
Bruce Brady, Goldsboro, NC 



Mary Brady, Spring Hope, NC 
Sandra Brady, Goldsboro, NC 
Lauren Bragg, Chesapeake, VA 
Ramona Brewington, Greenville, NC 
Sarah Brigman, Fayetteville, NC 
Barbara Brobst, Hopewell, VA 



Lisa Brockschmidt, Melville, NY 
Carta Brown, Trenton, NC 
Rhonda Brown, Fort Worth, TX 
Elizabeth Bunting, Elm City, NC 
Sandra Butler, Goldsboro, NC 
Amy Casey, Virginia Beach, VA 



June Charity, Charles City, VA 
George Cherry, Chesapeaked, VA 
Micah Christian, Raleigh, NC 
Melinda Clayton, Hickory, NC 
Rodney Coburn, New Bern, NC 
Cynthia Cocke, Jackson, NC 



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Glenda Conner, Belhaven, NC 
Lee Connor, Fuquay-Varina, N.C. 
Deborah Cox, Belhaven, N.C. 
Walter Cox, Richmond, VA 
Deborah Curcio, Raleigh, NC 
Arlene Cutler, Pinetown, NC 



Marlene Cutler, Pinetown, NC 

Diana Daniel, Black Creek, NC 

Elva Daniel, Oxford, NC 

Dorothy Daniels, Walstonburg, NC 

Edith Dean, Raleigh, NC 

Stephan Dentzer, Swansboro, N.C. 



Mary DePorter, Youngsville, NC 
William Diamond, Scotland 
James, Dickerson, Jamesville, NC 
Charles Dietze, Wilson, NC 
Sarah Drane, Bradenton, FL 
Julie Duer, Belle Haven, VA 



Peggy Edmonds, Lawrenceville, VA 
Kimberly Edwards. Smithfield, NC 
Roberta Edwards, Cherry Point, NC 
Wanda Elks, Williamston, NC 
Kathy Etheridge, Hamilton, NC 
Janef Etter, Havelock, NC 




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Gilbert Evett, Jr., Wilson, NC 
Patricia Fahling, Sims, NC 
Angela Falgout, Hubert, NC 
Barbara Figg, Prince George, VA 
Ann Frazier, Virgilina, VA 
Marianne French, Chase City, NC 



James Fulton, Walnut Cove, NC 
Barbara Gainey, Goldsboro, NC 
Bobby Gardner, Macclesfield, NC 
Charles Gault, Whiteville, NC 
Carlton Gilliam, Windsor, NC 
James Godwin, Rocky Mount, NC 



Peggy Grady, Kenly, NC 
Nora Grantham, Goldsboro, NC 
Carolann Green, Roanoke Rapids, NC 
Juanita Gryder, Chase City, Va 
Jerri Halstead, Pennsville, NJ 
Teresa Hardy, Washington, NC 



Brenda Harris, Como, NC 
Mary Harris, Colonial Heights, VA 
Pamela Harris, Clifton, VA 
NeitaAnn Hassell, Williamston, NC 
John Henderson, Elizabeth City, NC 
David Herring, La Grange, NC 




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Kay Herring, Maysville, NC 
Marlene Herzog, Hickory, NC 
Soyna Hicks, Goldsboro, NC 
Annie Hill, Goldsboro, NC 
Timothy Hill, Kenly, NC 
Anthony Hines, Goldsboro, NC 



Darlene Hinton, Princeton, NC 
Joni Hinton, Pine Level, NC 
Herbert Holton, Creswell, NC 
Jennifer Home, Richlands, NC 
Shah Huggins, Rocky Mount, NC 
Laura Hutchinson, Edenton, NC 



William Hyatt, III, Va. Beach, VA 
Sharon Jarmon, Kinston, NC 
Diane Jones, Oxford, NC 
Vicki Johnson, Murfreesboro, NC 
Cynthia Jordan, Roanoke Rapids, NC 
Francis Jordan, Greenville, NC 



Randall Jordan, Va. Beach, VA 
Wendy Keyser, Hubert, NC 
Michael Koerber, Wilson, NC 
Kristy Koonce, Richlands, NC 
Stephen Kyte, Chesapeake, VA 
Majorie Lamm, Raleigh, NC 




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Tamara Lawson, Monroeville, PA 
Ernie Lee, New Bern, NC 
Gary Long, Bloomfield, NJ 
Susan Lucas, Greensboro, NC 
Kathy Ludwig, Silver Springs, MD 
Cecilia Macaraeg, Virginia Beach, VA 



Amy Mager, Raleigh, NC 
Loretta Magers, Raleigh, NC 
Stephanie Mangum, Creedmoor, NC 
Deborah Martin, Zebulon, NC 
Kimberley Mathias, Laurel, MD 
Charles Mault, China Grove, N.C. 



Paula McCosley, New Bern, NC 
Robbin Mckell, Ahoskie, NC 
Donna Medlin, Bailey, NC 
Jeffrey Meeks, Wilson, NC 
Valerie Melvin, Goldsboro, NC 
Willie Mewborn, Kinston, NC 



Susan Meyer, Cary, NC 
Lisette Midgette, Belhaven, NC 
Laura Miller, Wake Forest, NC 
Pamela Miller, Pollocksville, NC 
Rebecca Mobley, Jamesville, NC 
Rita Modlin, Plymouth, NC 



Nancy Moore, Kenly, NC 
Pamela Moore, Henderson, NC 
Arlie Mullins, Wilson, NC 
Alan Myers, Ahoskie, NC 
Joann Neilan, Clinton, MD 
Billie Nelson, Forestville, MD 



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Tommy Newman, Knightdale, NC 
Kathleen O'Neill, Vienna, Va 
Carol Parish, Raleigh, NC 



Emma Parrish, Benson, NC 
Evelyn Payne, Suffolk, VA 
Jayne Peacock, Raleigh, NC 



Kathy Pearce, Raleigh, NC 
Janet Perkins, Alberta, VA 
John Ponder, Dexter, MO 



Jenny Powell, New Bern, NC 
Christopher Price, Stantonsburg, NC 
Judy Price, Selma, NC 





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Maurice Rereley, Richmond, VA 
Sheila Reynolds, Columbia, NC 
Zenobia Rhoades, Colonial Heights, VA 



Kay Richey, Winston-Salem, NC 
Kimberly Roberts, Hope Mills, NC 
Donald Ross, Chesapeake, VA 



Joan Roughton, Virginia Beach, VA 
William Rowland, Petersburg, VA 
Corine de Ruiter, The Netherlands 



Priscilla Russell, Severna Park, MD 
Robert Samia, Raleigh, NC 
Elaine Schmid, Goldsboro, NC 



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Leslie Secrest, Cary, NC 
Darry Seymour, Wilmington, NC 
Bobby Silver, Nashville, NC 
Sherrie Smith, Whiteville, NC 
Sharon Spearman, Teachey, NC 
Kathy Spence, Jamesville, NC 



Ann Spencer, Petersburg, VA 
Sally Squire, Rockville, MD 
Carol Squires, Hampton, VA 
Donald Stevens, Chatham, NJ 
Beverly Stewart, Fayetteville, NC 
Margaret Stewart, Fuquay-Varina, NC 



Lubie Stocks, Winterville, NC 
Penny Stone, Middlesex, NC 
Vickie Strickland, Wendell, NC 
Michael Strother, Sims, NC 
Lottie Strum, Battleboro, NC 
Karol Tackett, Durham, NC 



James Tart, Kenly, NC 
Wanda latum, Emporia, VA 
Angela Taylor, Sunbury, NC 
Lynn Taylor, Elizabeth City, NC 
James Taylor, Macclesfield, NC 
Ricky Tew, Raleigh, NC 



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Ellwood Thompson, Baltomore, MD 
James Thompson, Oak City, NIC 
Tim Tippett, Zebulon, NC 
Betty Titterington, Hopewell, VA 
Teresa Toler, Washington, NC 
Mark Trinkaus, Henderson, NC 



Diana Turlington, Coats, NC 
Robert Turner, Petersburg, VA 
David Urben, Raleigh, NC 
Mary Vidarte, Chesapeake, VA 
Donna Vinson, Smithfield, NC 
Karen Welston, Raleigh, NC 



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/Amy Ward, Lucama, NC 
Sandra Warren, Raleigh, NC 
Christopher Webb, Hopewell, VA 
Roland Wegner, Raleigh, NC 
Grace Wells, Watha, NC 



Zeb Whitehurst, Wilson, NC 
Donna Wilkins, Rougemont, NC 
Mary Wilkinson, Durham, NC 
Diane Williams, Chesapeake, VA 
Gerry Williams, Garner, NC 



Susie Williford, Rocky Mount, NC 
Donna Winborne, Lucama, NC 
Jeffery Windley, Belhaven, NC 
Robert Winne, Hopewell, VA 
Carla Woodard, Spring Hope, NC 



Robert Woodard, Kenly, NC 
Vickie Woolard, Roper, NC 



Annie Wooten, Greenville, NC 
Phyllis Worrell, Goldsboro, NC 



Janef Wright, Rocky Mount, NC 
Tami Wright, Pinetops, NC 



Nell Yancey, Oxford, NC 
Dianne Yates, Edenton, NC 



Gloria Ziegler, Richmond, VA 



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CLASS OF '81 




Lisa R. Adams, Hopewell, VA 
Deborah Lynn Aiken, Butner, NC 
Pamela Carol Armstrong, Wilson, NC 
Melissa Anne Atherton, Virginia Beach, VA 
Linda Gayle Atkinson, Zebulon, NC 
Angeline Deloris Baker, Goldsboro, NC 



Bonnie Ann Barnes, Wilson, NC 
Debbie Ann Barnes, Wilson, NC 
Sallie Jeanette Barnes, Lucama, NC 
David Eugene Barton, Havre de Grace, MD 
Karen Lee Bates, Virginia Beach, VA 
Pennie Louise Batts, Emerson, NJ 



David William Beddingfield, Raleigh, NC 

Sandra Beitler, Wilson, NC 

Majorie Reid Best, Wilson, NC 

Dal Ray Blizzard, Stantonsburg, NC 

Barbara Ann Booker, Hopewell, VA 

Connie Lee Boughman, Morganton, NC 



Patricia Ann Bowman, Colonial Heights, VA 
Gordon Wesley Brandt, Ridgeway, VA 
Leonard Claudis Breedlove, Oxford, NC 
Marilyn Lynn Bryan, Magnolia, NC 
Denise Nell Butler, Rocky Mount, NC 
Jo Anne Cavenaugh, Wallace, NC 




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John C. Clyburn, Virginia Beach, VA 
Jacqueline Lenore Cofield, Raleigh, NC 
Rueggy Copen, Wilson, NC 
Paula Deane Cotton, Mount Olive, NC 
Rebecca B. Council, Apex, NC 



Cindy Jayne Cox, Mount Olive, NC 
Michael Brian Crumpler, Suffolk, VA 
Debbie Rae Cunningham, Walstonburg, NC 
Bruce Andrew Currin, Henderson, NC 
Susan Elizabeth Dalton, Suffolk, VA 
Barbara Ann Daniel, Oxford, NC 



Ralph Morgan Daughety, Kinston, NC 
Cynthia Jean Daughtrey, Suffolk, VA 
Terry Lee Davis, Roanoke Rapids, NC 
Donna Gale Dawson, La Grange, NC 
Tony S. DeCook, Norfolk, VA 
Debbie R. Doster, Wilson, NC 



William Gregory Dozier, Stoneville, NC 
Janice Yvonne Ennis, Apex, NC 
Carol Quinn Etheridge, Wilson, NC 
Richard Tabb Evans, Murfreesboro, NC 
Julia Maude Everett, Conetoe, NC 
Bettina Jordon Everette, Rocky Mount, NC 



169 




Teresa Faulkner, Butner, NC 
Natalie Ferrell, Va. Beach, VA 
Roger Ferrell, Rocky Mount, NC 
Mary Finch, Wilson, NC 
Susan Firth, Columbia, SC 
Amanda Floyd, Fairmont, NC 



Mary Forbes, Greenville, NC 
Cynthia Fowler, Tabor City, NC 
Ann Francis, Silver Springs, MD 
Deborah French, Pittsboro, NC 
Karen Game, Zebulon, NC 
Kimberly Gibson, Jacksonville, N.C 



Diane Gibes, Vestal, NY 
Merry Govan, Goldsboro, NC 
Ann Greene, Laurinburg, NC 
Jeanne Griffin, Bailey, NC 
Edith Harris, Franklinton, NC 



Susan Hedrick, Lexington, NC 
Chuck Henry, Williamsburg, VA 
Teresa Hernandez, Fayetteville, NC 
Michael Hill, Wilson, NC 
Pamela Hill, Wilson, NC 
Henry Hilliard, Annandale, VA 



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Sheila Holland, Garner, NC 
Terence Mollis, Rockville, MD 
Gary Holtzmann, Ridgeway, NC 
Angela Howard, Midway Park, NC 
Catherine Howard, Wilson, NC 



Maria Howard, Wilson, NC 
Rebecca Hunt, Lucama, NC 
Tracey Jacobs, Hopewell, Va 
Pamela Johnson, Murfreesboro, NC 
Donna Jones, Richlands, NC 
Jeffery Joyce, Oxford, NC 



George Kasey, Martinsville, VA 
Ralph Kennedy, III, Wilson, NC 
Margaret Knowles, Rocky Mount, NC 
Carrie Kritak, Kenilworth, NJ 
Amy Lamm, Sims, NC 
William Lane, IV, Robersonville, NC 



Sabrina Lanier, Burgaw, NC 
Harold Lawson, Miami, FL 
David Lee, Whitakers, NC 
Laurie Leinhaas, Petersburg, Va 
Michael Lemmons, Kenly, NC 
Belinda Lewis, Edenton, NC 



171 



Karen Lewis, Rocky Mount, NC 
Jack Liberty, Newport News, Va 
Deborah Lloyd, Durham, NC 
Larry Lucky, New Haven, Conn. 
Linda Lynch, Davidson, Mich. 
Laverne Mangum, Creedmoor, NC 



Kathryn Marcom, Garner, NC 
Sherry Marion, Cary, NC 
John Martin, Micro, NC 
Virginia Martin, Rockville, MD 
Patricia Matsen, Honolulu, Hawaii 
Metra Matthews, Fuquay-Varina, NC 



Ronald Mattraw, Suffolk, Va 
Paula McCoy, Roanoke Rapids. NC 
Daniel McCosley, New Bern, NC 
Nancy McLawhorn, Ernul, NC 
Cynthia McNeill, Laurel Hill, NC 
Jan Mcintosh, Wilson, NC 



Betty Meeks, Tarboro, NC 
Virginia Monroe, Rocky Mount, NC 
Diane Morene, Hopewell, VA 
Pamela Morrison, Wilmington, NC 
Benjamin Murray, Spring Hpe, NC 
Sallye Musser, Naperville, III. 



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Melinda Nordan, Clinton, NIC 



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Daphne Page, Wilson, NC 



Brenda Park, High Point, NC 
Mitchel Parker, Zebulon, NC 



Lynn Peek, Murphy, NC 
Debbie Pettiway, Kenly, NC 



Nancy Phelps, Plymouth, NC 
Marsha Pierce, Kenly, NC 
Cindi Porter, Petersburg, Va 
Julie Porter, Alexandria, VA 
James Proctor, Rocky Mount, NC 
Rhonda Pugh, Colonial Heights, VA 



Betty Renfrow, Lucama, NC 
Kathy Reynolds, Cary, NC 
Mark Rice, Va. Beach, Va 
Sharon Riley, Roxboro, NC 
Phyllis Roberts, La Grange, NC 
Cynthia Robinson, Rockville, MD 



Julie Ross, Bridgetown, NC 
Sandra Sauls, Snow Hill, NC 
Cynthia Saunders, Farmville, NC 
Debra Shearin, Roanoke Rapids, NC 
Shelia Shingleton, Stantonsburg, NC 
Kathy Simpson, Wilson, NC 



Jerry Slade, Scotland Neck, NC 
Scarlett Slater, Princeton, NC 
Donna Slaughter, Va. Beach, VA 
Bonnie Smith, Goldsboro, NC 
Vicki Smith, Kinston, NC 
Terry Speight, Wilson, NC 



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Peggy Spell, Fayetteville, NC 
Maynard Spence, Roanoke Rapids, NC 
Donna Spring, Suffolk, VA 
Karen Spruill, Windsor, NC 
Karen Stainback, Raleigh, NC 
Dixie Stanley, Woodland, NC 



Thomas Stephenson, Wilson, NC 
Cathy Strickland, Wilson, NC 
Joy Strickland, Tarboro, NC 
Len Strickland, Jr., Roanoke, Rapids 
Pamela Stroud, Fountain, NC 
Jackie Strum, Battleboro, NC 



Kimberly Sykes, Williamsburg, VA 

Joanna Taylor, Colerain, NC 

Judy Taylor, Gates, NC 

Patricia Taylor, Rocky Mount, NC 

Melodie Teague, Lucama, NC 

Joetta Thompson, Willow Springs, NC 



Carolyn Thurman, Williamson 
Joyce Tomlinson, Wilson, NC 
Cynthia Tucker, Manson, NC 
Linda Rose Tucker, Greenville, NC 
Mary Turek, Petersburg, VA 
Teresa Upton, Stony Creek, VA 



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George Wampler, Bassett, VA 
Deondra Waters, Va. Beach, Va 



Amy White, Roanoke Rapids, NC 
Robbie White, Kinston, NC 



Roberta White, Roanoke Rapids, NC 
Connie Whitley, Middlesex, NC 




Maurice Williams, Jr., Silver Springs, MD 
Pamela Williams, Jamesville, NC 
Patricia Williams, Courtland. VA 



Darrell Wilson, Littleton, NC 
Elizabeth Wilson, Elm City, NC 
Daphne Winslow, Elizabeth City, NC 



Carolyn Woodard, Spring Hope. NC 
Stephen Woodruff, Selma, NC 
Robin Yates, High Point, NC 



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James Adkerson, Elm City, NC 
Vickie Alexander, Plymouth, NC 
Tedra Allen, Farm vi lie, NC 
Vickie Altman, Fayetteville, NC 
Deborah Anderson, Wilson, NC 
Susan Andrews, Roanoke Rapids, NC 



Jerry Ange, Jamesville, NC 
Amy Arbes, Cary, NC 
Stephen Atwill, Whitakers, NC 
Mary Baggett, Dunn, NC 
Jean Baker, Raleigh, NC 
Susan Banks, Hertford, NC 



Deborah Barbee, Pine Level, NC 
Elizabeth Barnes, Wilson, NC 
Gregory Barnes, Lucama, NC 
Patrick Barriteau, Bronx, NY 
Barbara Bass, Edenton, NC 
Frances Bass, Kenly, NC 



Melody Bass, Nashville, NC 
Wesley Beddard, Ayden, NC 
Don Berry, Rocky Mount, NC 
S/7/ye Biggers, Goldsboro, NC 
Cynthia Blackley, Oxford, NC 
Kathy Blizzard, Walstonburg, NC 



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Susan Blizzard, Hookerton, NC 
Elizabeth Boisseau, McKenney, VA 
Barbara Bolding, Fremont, NC 
Janice Bonner, Wilson, NC 
Bettina Bowen, Hialeah, FL 
Karen Bowen, Goldsboro, NC 



Linwood Bratcher, Wilson, NC 
Melodie Brewster, Kingston, NH 
Nancy Bridges, Sanford, NC 
Helena Brown, Beaufort, NC 
Barbara Bullock, Kann, NC 
Teresa Burchette, Raleigh, NC 



Saralyn Chappell, Fuquay-Varina, NC 
Deborah Chollet, Eastchester, NY 
Tanyer Clark, Emporia, VA 
Rhonda Coley. Goldsboro, NC 
Teresa Cook, Richmond, VA 
Peggy Coor, Goldsboro, NC 



Denna Copeland, Hertford, NC 
Debbie Currin, Washington, NC 
Jane Czuhai, Washington, NC 
Lillie Darden, Greenville, NC 
Jefferson Daughtry, Smithfield, NC 
Frances Davis, Havelock, NC 



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Melbourne Davis, Raleigh, NC 
Jennifer Denning, Benson, NC 
Kathering Denzler, West Caldwell, NJ 
Sandra Dilda, Statonsburg, NC 
Charles Dixon, Cary, NC 
Maggie Donatelli, Scotch Plains, NJ 



Nancy Edmundson, Goldsboro, NC 
Cathrine Edwards, Raleigh, NC 
Jacqueline Edwards, Wilson, NC 
Eddie Essa, Greensboro, NC 
Craig Everett, Robersonville, NC 
Julia Fay, Virginia Beach, VA 




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Helen Foss, La Grange, NC 
Robert Frazier, Wilson, NC 
Kathryn French, New Bern, NC 
Carole Gentry, Colonial Heights, VA 
Karla Gentry, Durham, NC 



Trieina Godwin, Bailey, NC 
Audrea Green, Warrenton, NC 
Wanda Greenwood, McLean, VA 
Garland Guffey, Middlesex. NC 
Timothy Guffey, Middlesex, NC 
Cynthia Franks, Fayetteville, NC 



Gary Hall, Winston-Salem, NC 
LeeAnne Hall, Jacksonville, NC 
Patti Hampton, Greensboro, NC 
Susan Hardy, Rocky Mount, NC 
Paul Harm, Lucama, NC 
Vivian Harrell, Saratogo, NC 



Daniel Harris, Wilson, NC 
James Heath, Elysburg, Pa 
Thomas Heins, Hanover, VA 
Horace Herring, Wilson, NC 
JoAnn Hines, Winterville, NC 
Audrey Hinshaw, Asheboro. NC 



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Teresa Hinton, Spring Hope, NC 
Ronnie Hobgood, Farmville, NC 



Mark Hobbs, Smithfield, NC 
James Holland, Goldsboro, NC 



Cheryl' Hollar, Franklinton, NC 
Meryl Hollar, Franklinton, NC 



Gwendolyn Honeycutt, Angier, NC 
Mary Hudson, Falcon, NC 



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Florence Johnson, Bailey, NC 



Robert Johnson, Kenly, NC 
Sherry Johnson, Four Oaks, NC 



Susan Johnson, Raleigh, NC 
Mary Jones, Wilson, NC 



Stephanie Jones, Fuquay-Varina, NC 
Doris King, Roanoke Rapids, NC 



Majorie King, Cary, NC 
Shannon Kinnier, Wilson, NC 
Phillip Lassiter, Smithfield, NC 
Don Lee, Benson, NC 
James Lewis, Tarboro, NC 
Stanley Lewter, Siler City, NC 



Charlene Little, Selma, NC 
Gena Livingston, Pembroke, NC 
Myra Lunsford, Roxboro, NC 
Connie Mashburn, Broadway, NC 
Teresa Matthews, Cary, NC 
Romey McCoy, Cove City, NC 



Theresa Mclntyre, Jamesville, NC 
Lauri McWilliams, San Francisco, CA 
Theresa Mohr, Havelock, NC 
Alyce Monshower, Fayetteville, NC 
Lee Morton, Tequesta, FL 
Mitch Moss, Henderson, NC 



George Murphy, Eden, NC 

Judy Newman, Knightdale, NC 

Charles Nottingham, Virginia Beach, VA 

Melodye Parker, Zebulon, NC 

Patricia Parks, Elm City, NC 

Robin Parr, Virginia Beach, VA 



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John Pearce, Raleigh, NC 
Wanda Peele, Middlesex, NC 



Robert Pegues, Wilson, NC 
Robert Pennington, Goldsboro, NC 



Linda Perkins, Alberta, VA 
Wooten Pierce, Wilson, NC 



Nancy Pippin, Zebulon, NC 
James Poole, Fayetteville, NC 










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Mary Pope, Courtland, VA 
James Porter, Richmond, VA 
Deborah Pregenzer, Churchville, 
Patricia Purvis, Bethel, NC 
Deronna Ramsey, Bailey, NC 
Mary Reeves, Garner, NC 



John Revelle, Wilson, NC 
Jackie Riley, Wilson, NC 
Lynette Roberson, Washington, NC 
Celia Roberts, Mount Olive, NC 
Cynthia Roberts, Emporia, VA 
Jane Roebuck, Washington, NC 



Susan St. Clair, Hopewell, VA 
Elizabeth Salmon, Norlina, NC 
Sofy Samachy, Moen, Truk E.C. Islands 
Julia Sanders, Sutherlin, VA 
Colleen Schuit, Black Mt., NC 
Linda Scriven, Broadway. NC 



Becky Shell, Magnolia, NJ 
Sara Shupe, Garner, NC 
Roberta Sierzchula, Swansboro, NC 
Nancy Simmons, Kenly, NC 
Julie Skiles, Richmond, VA 
Barbara Smith, Chocowinity, NC 




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Josef Ann Smith, Warsaw, NC 
Joyce Ann Smith, Henderson, NC 
Richard Smith, Rocky Mount, NC 
Loretta Stallings, Princeton, NC 
Maria Stewart, St. Charles, MO 
Laura Stowe, Gastonia, NC 



Blonnie Stroud, Centerville, VA 
David Stumbaugh, Alexandria, VA 
Cynthia Sullivan, Zebulon, NC 
Shayna Taswell, Goldsboro, NC 
Gail Tate, Moseley, VA 
William latum, Emporia, Va 



Karen Thomas, Kinston, NC 
Rhonda Thomas, Raleigh, NC 
Joseph Thompson, Canthage, NC 
Raye Thore, Martonsville, VA 
Jodi Tieman, Wyoming, Del 
Catherine Tunstall, Butner, NC 




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Helen Twine, Suffolk, VA 
Eunice Twisdale, Enfield, NC 
Robert Vartanian, McLean, VA 
Catherine Vaughan, Chase City, VA 
Sara Villa, Glens Falls, NY 



James Vitt, Cinnaminson, NJ 
Cathy Wall, Ellerbe, NC 
Debra Waller, Greenville, NC 
Linda Walter, Elinglishtown. NJ 
Carta Webb, Wilson, NC 
David Webb, Weldon, NC 



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Russel Weinstein, Tarboro, 
Doris West, Lucama, NC 
Susan Wheeler, Coral Gables, FL 
Doris Whichard, Enfield, NC 
Kathy Whitehurst, Wilson, NC 
Donna Wilkins, Oxford, NC 



Janice Williams, Spring Hope, NC 
Jeanine Winslow, Hertford, NC 
Paula Winstead, Rocky Mount, NC 
Kim Wittenberg, San Bernardine, CA 
Kim Wood, Rocky Mount, NC 
Willie Wood, Ayden, NC 




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Rocky Mount, NC 

Cynthia Diana Adams 
Clayton, NC 

Mitch Adams 
Richmond, VA 

Pamela Boyette Anderson 
Kenly, NC 

Ronald Tent Anderson 
Wilson, NC 

Sfe^e F. Angle 
Colonial Heights, VA 

Harry Davis Baird, III 
Petersburg, VA 

Van Brockton Baker 
Rocky Mount, NC 

Marsha G. Ballance 
Kenly, NC 

Priscilla Joy Barbour 
Four Oaks, NC 

Randy Stuart Barham 
Rolesville, NC 

Rita Kay Barnes 
Roanoke Rapids, NC 




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Christianne Davida Barwick 
Kenly, NC 

Teresa Anne Bass 
Fayetteville, NC 

Randall Patrick Beaman 
Snow Hill, NC 

Teresa Charles Beaton 
Franklin, VA 

Kathi Ann Beilstein 
Colonial Heights, VA 

Nancy W. Best 
Wilson, NC 

David Anthony Betts 
Fuquay-Varina, NC 

Karen Lynnette Bingham 
Raleigh, NC 

Deborah C. Bobbin 
Pine Level, NC 

Robert Weeks Boisseau 
Petersburg, VA 

Pierre Roland Bone 
Pikeville, NC 

Wylene Booth 
Kenansville, NC 



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Teresa Rand Bossley 
Richlands, NC 

Janet Leigh Bottoms 
Elm City, NC 

Debra Anne Boyette 
Kenly, NC 

Beth Johnson Boykin 
Wilson, NC 

Debra Jeannette Boykin 
Zebulon, NC 

Elizabeth Wells Boykin 
Camden, NC 

Joan G. Braswell 
Wilson, NC 

Cecilia Raye Burnette 
Louisburg, NC 



Patricia Lynn Byerly 
Salisbury, NC 

Kelvin Blake Cale 
Wilson, NC 

Sarah Carolyn Campbell 
Hammer, SC 

Gerry P. Carolan 
McLean, VA 

Melanie Jacqueline Carpenter 
Durham, NC 

Suzanne Skipwith Carr 
Wilson, NC 

Mac Carroll, III 
Portsmouth, VA 

Lorraine Hearn Cascioli 
Grifton, NC 




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Baloa, Canal Zone Panama 

Elizabeth Ann Chaulklin 
Richmond, VA 

Kendall James Church 
University Park, MD 

Rob Wayne Clyburn 
Va. Beach, VA 

Rosa Elizabeth Cobb 
Henderson, NC 

Deborah Lynn Cody 
Winston-Salem, NC 

Linda Louise Coker 
Tarboro, NC 

Sandra Faye Collie 



George R. Connell 
Wilson, NC 

Debbie Sue Cook 
Lexington, NC 

Brenda Louise Cooper 
Elm City, NC 

Suzy Lee Cooper 
Columbia, NC 

Rebbecca Ayers Corbett 
Bailey, NC 

James Rox Cor bin 
Wilson, NC 

Robert Terry Craft 
Winston-Salem, NC 

Vann Ray Cranford 
Ayden, NC 

Richard Ward Crangle 
Alexandria, VA 

Dorothy Jo Creech 
La Grange, NC 

Issac Alexander Cross 
New York City, NY 

Carol Suzanne Crutchfield 
Raleigh, NC 

Shelly Lynn Daily 
Fayetteville, NC 

Barry Reese Dalton 
Cary, NC 

Elizabeth Gillette Darden 
Nesoms, VA 

Andrew Cardwell Davis 
Fork Union, VA 



191 



Patricia Pridgen Davis 
Rocky Mount, NC 

Susan Archer Davis 
Hopewell, VA 

Teri Lyn Davis 
Rocky Mount, NC 

Nancy Williamson Deans 
Wilson, NC 



Morgan Paul Dickerman, III 
Wilson, NC 

Penny Lynn Dull 
Clemmons, NC 

Karen Lee Edwards 
Colonial Heights, VA 

Mary Jane Edwards 
Spring Hope, NC 

Virginia Lee Edwards 
Rocky Mount, NC 

Pennie Darlene Ellis 
Durham, NC 

William Sherwood Ellis, Jr. 
Macclesfield, NC 

Cynthia Carole English 
Yanceyville, NC 

Veronica Evans 
New Bern, NC 

Ronald Andrew Farris 
Wilson, NC 

Melinda Bennett Ferrell 
Va. Beach, VA 

Willis Edward Finch, Jr. 
Bailey, NC 

Mark Dennis Flitton 
Va. Beach, VA 

Greta Grant Flythe 
Jackson, NC 

Cyndy Fuller 
Gretna, Louisiana 

William Clifton Futrell 
Murfreesboro, NC 



Leonard Gainer 
Va. Beach, VA 

Betty Frances Gardner 
Macclesfield, NC 

Alan Earl Gattis 
Colonial Heights, VA 

Susan Nannette Glover 
Middlesex, NC 











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Gena Sue Glass 
Jacksonville, NC 

Maria DeLane Gonzales 
Raleigh, NC 

Nancy Ellen Gott 
Roanoke, VA 

Jane Wilma Green 
Cary, NC 

Betty Denise Hammond 
Richmond, VA 




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Sheree Ann H arret I 
Danville, VA 

Clifton Dale Harris 
Elizabeth City, NC 



Mary Catherine Hasty 
Louisburg, NC 

Pamela Jane Hayes 
Wilson, NC 



Larry Alfred Heaton 
Collinsville, VA 

Ruth E. Heinaman 
Wilson, NC 




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Marian Annette Hinnant 
Pine Level, NC 

Rebecca Godwin Hodge 
Kenly, NC 

Mar/f Hannon Hodges, III 
Va. Beach, VA 

Michael Lee Holder 
Kernersville, NC 

Sherry Lynn Hollowell 
Corapeake, NC 

William Clinton Hopkins, III 
Ex mo re, VA 

Pamela Jo Hudson 
Roanoke Rapids, NC 

John Robert Hunt 
Wilson, NC 

Robert Steve Hunt 
Henderson, NC 

Patricia Smith Jackson 
Fremont, NC 

Nancy Ann Jernigan 
Colerain, NC 

Beverly Dianne Johnson 
Kenly, NC 

Sharon Kay Johnson 
Franklin, VA 

D. Michelle Jones 
Seven Springs, NC 

Lu Ann Jones 
Erwin, NC 

Sherry Lynn Jones 
Garner, NC 



Mitzi Howard Jordan 
Greenville, NC 

Albert Wayne Joyner 
Suffolk, VA 

Kenneth Rayburn Joyner 
Rocky Mount, NC 

Randy Lane Keech 
Pinetown, NC 



Herbert Glenn King, III 
Cary, NC 

Deborah Karen Koesy 
Williamston, NC 

Zack Amos Koonce 
Trenton, NC 

Terry Lynn Kornegay 
Tarboro, NC 



195 



Jerry Douglas Lane 
Wilson, NC 

Angela Vanessia Leake 
Wilson, NC 

James Tart Lewis 
Wilson, NC 

Charles Wayne Ligon 
Richmond, VA 

Cynthia Lynn Lindsey 
Richmond, VA 

Linwood Kent Little 
Rocky Mount, NC 

Donald McRae Lytch 
Orangeburg, SC 

Joy Michelle Mackvick 
Franklin Sq. NY 

Helen Lynn Massenbill 
Raleigh, NC 

Katherine Massey 
Zebulon, NC 

Sheila Ann McCullen 
Fremont, NC 

Kimberleigh Ann McRae 
Goldsboro, NC 

Virginia Lyon McCraw 
Durham, NC 

Karen Drake Mewborn 
Lowel Hill, NC 

Brenda Sue Mitchell 
Emporia, VA 

Donna Carole Mitchell 
Goldsboro, NC 

Sally Lewis Morgan 
Fayettevilie, NC 

Katherine Boyette Nelms 
Wilson, NC 

Mary Gale Nelms 
Spring Hope, NC 

Rodney Clark Nelson 
Roanoke, Rapids, NC 

Jack Williams Newsome 
Wilson, NC 

Cherry Ann Norris 
Tabor City, NC 

Sharon Jean Norvell 
Asheville, NC 

Cabell Mercer Oast 
Portsmouth, VA 




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Karen Ann Page 
Chesapeake, VA 

Marcia Karen Page 
Raleigh, NC 

Phyllis Reel Parish 
Wendell, NC 

Charlie Ray Parker 
Simpson, NC 

Donald Gregg Peele 
Pikeville, NC 

Emily Beth Perkins 
Goldsboro, NC 

Donald Dew Perry 
Wilson, NC 

Carol Jean Pohlig 
Richmond, VA 

Martha Emerson Price 
Bowling Green, VA 

Sylvia Adair Pyron 
Danville, VA 

Marie Clemencio Ramire 
Wilson, NC 

Elizabeth Ann Paper 
Mount Olive, NC 



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Richard Alan Raper 
Middlesex, NC 

Judie Merle Ray 
Nakina, NC 

Ginny M. Reboli 
Goldsboro, NC 

Lorraine Riley 
Bailey, NC 



Donna Sue Robertson 
Macon, NC 

Sharon Rogers 
Wendell, NC 




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Debbie Kaye Sadler 
Roanoke Rapids, NC 

William Michael Saleeby 
Washington, NC 

Sheila Faye Sasser 
Mount Olive, NC 

John Robert Schoonouer 
Dudley, NC 

Sharon Kay Schultz 
Suffolk, VA 

Elizabeth Eaton Seavy 
Glens Falls, NY 

Lynn Marie Seymour 
Wilmington, NC 

Dennis Ray Sherrod 
Sims, NC 

Sharon Lynn Shotwell 
Roanoke Rapids, NC 

Shelly Singer 
Wilson, NC 

Anna Leigh Smelser 
Portsmouth, VA 

Alicia Linn Smith 
McLean, VA 

Beverly Gray Smith 
Whiteville, NC 

JoAnn Smith 
Fairmont, NC 

Leigh Anne Smith 
Raleigh, NC 

Lou Phillips Smith 
Wilson, NC 

Shirley Kay Spence 
Kinston, NC 

Susan Marie Spivey 
Suffolk, VA 

Miles Eugene Stanley 
Greensboro, NC 

Reta Lynn Steele 
Williston, NC 

Susan Lynn Stewart 
Wilson, NC 

John Allen Stone 
Wilson, NC 

Robert Lewis Stratton 
Richmond, VA 

Janet Gwenn Strickland 
Middlesex, NC 



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Betty Sue Stroud 
Trenton, NC 

Valleria Virginia Stising 
Macon, NC 

William Michael Stump 
Chesapeake, VA 

Nancy Rebecca Suggs 
Goldsboro, NC 



Elwood Lewis Tanner 
Roanoke Rapids, NC 

Donna Lynne Taylor 
Merry Hill, NC 

Diane Nora Thomas 
Wilson, NC 

Elizabeth Anne Tieche 
Wilson, NC 

William Earl Tudor 
LaCrosse, VA 

Kathy Lee Twisdale 
Enfield, NC 

Thomas Wayne Umberger 
Covington, VA 

William Joseph Wahl, III 
Falls Church, VA 

Debra Christine Wallace 
Durham, NC 

Sarah Jo Wallace 
Rowland, NC 

Karen J. Ward 
Ahoskie, NC 

Cathy Celeste Warren 
Erwin, NC 

Cynthia Anne Waters 
Seven Springs, NC 

Charles Dwane Wheeler 
Wilson, NC 

Lisa Karen Wheless 
Louisburg, NC 

Bobby Dean White 
Bluefield, VA 



Channey Ann White 
St. Petersburg, VA 

Martha Ann White 
Windsor, NC 

Sandi Ellen White 
Raleigh, NC 

Yolanda Yvette Whitney 
Hampton, VA 









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Dunkirk, MD 

Ectt/7 Sue Wiley 
Pink Hill, NC 

Russell Stephen Wilkins 
Roper, NC 

Sharon L. Wiley 
Halifax, NC 



Jaclyn Rose Willson 
Wilson, NC 

Beverly Privett Wilson 
Spring Hope, NC 

Linda Paige Wright 
Suffolk, VA 

Francisco Luiz Ziegelmuller 
Brazil 



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Dr. Doster, President 



Mr. Cleveland, Director of Development 




Mr. Adams. Business Manager 
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Dean Davis. Dean of the College 









r. Daniel, Director of Admissions 



Mr. Pridgen, Assistant Business Manager 




r. Gay, Admissions 



Mrs. Deans, Admissions 



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Mrs. Joyner, Registrar 



Mrs. Nisbet, Director of Financial 




Mr. Rogerson, Director of Publication 
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Mr. Whitehurst. Director of College Relations 



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| Dean Joyner, Dean of Students 



Dean Ward, Dean of Women 




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i Dean Monshower, Dean of Men 



Miss Daniel. Assistant Dean of Women 



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Mr. Tingle, Director of Placement 



Chaplain Hensley, Chaplain of the College 




Mrs. Griffin, Head Nurse 
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Miss Parrish, Director of Student Center 




Mrs. Murray, Bookstore Manager 



Mrs. Corbin, Postmistress 




1 Mr. Moore, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds 



Mrs. Wiggins, Executive Housekeeper 



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FACULTY AND 

STAFF 



Ross J. Albert 

Assistant Professor of Music 

Doris E. Andrews 

Secretary and Insurance Clerk 

Polly Bailey 

Hackney Library Librarian 



Mary Bass 
Secretary 

Catherine P. Batten 
Publications Secretary 

Mary Benjamin 
Development Office Secretary 



JoAnn Boyette 
Secretary 

Beth Brewer 

Academic Dean's Secretary 

Carrie Bridges 
Bookkeeper 




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Bryan Chalk 

Assistant Atheletic Director 

Brenda Cline 

College Relations Secretary 



Irma Corbin 
Postmistress 

Paul Crouch 

Assistant Professor of English 



Bruce A. Dalton 
Assistant Professor of EHI 

Juliana Dowell 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics 



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Ronald E. Eggers 

Assistant Professor of Psychology 

Grant O. Folmsbee 

Associate Professor of Psychology 

Ted C. Foy 

Associate Professor of English 

Robert C. Frazier 
Professor of Mathematics 



Patricia Gardner 
Cashier 

Mary L. Gliarmis 
President's Secretary 

Harlow Z. Head 

Associate Professor of Geography 

Jean Jones , 

Associate Professor of Education 



Kathryn Lamm 

Assistant Purchasing Agent 

William Jerry MacLean 
Associate Professor of History 

David F. Marshall 

Associate Professor of English 

Connie M. Michels 
Assistant Professor of EHI 



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Junita Murphy 
Assitanl to the Registrar 

Cleo Murray 
Bookstore Manager 

Teresa Parker 
Professor of Business 



Walter Parker 
Professor of Psychology 

Chuck Rakow 

Assistant Professor of Music 

William D. Robinette 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 



Richard J. Schneider 
Associate Professor of English 

Jody Sexton 

Student Personnel Secretary 

Ruby P. Shackleford 
Assistant Professor of English 



Allan Rhinehart Sharpe 
Professor of Religion 

Kathy Thompson 
Hackney Library Librarian 

Bruce B. Tingle 
Director of Placement 



Ronald Wachs 

Associate Professor of History 

Frances L. Wallace 
Student Personnel Secretary 

Shelly Wallace 
Financial Aid Secretary 



David M. Webb 

Associate Professor of Education 

Ashton P. Wiggs 

Assistant Professor of Business 

Chris Wilson 

Assistant Professor of Art 



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NEW FACES 

Change was the theme through- 
out the academic year of 1978-79 
here at Atlantic Christian College. 
Students came to school in August 
seeing several new administrators 
and professors. President Doster 
was beginning his first full academic 
year having come from Culver- 
Stockton in January 1978. Dr. F. 
Mark Davis replaced interim Aca- 
demic Dean Dr. Kenneth St. John 
while Mr. Gordon L. Joyner, Dean of 
Students, replaced Zeb M. 
Whitejurst, who moved to a new po- 
sition as Director of College Rela- 
tions. 

Even though there was a slight 
decrease in enrollment from the 
previous school year, the campus 
seemed as crowded as ever espe- 
cially when it come to finding a park- 
ing place or waiting in lines for 
books, schedules, ID's, etc. 

Although there were not any major 
structural changes to the campus 
over the summer, students noticed 
that rails, ramps, and special park- 
ing areas had been installed over the 
summer. This was in compliance 
with the new federal law for the 
handicapped. Howard Chapel had 
received a facelift on the interior 
which was badly needed and as the 
year progressed, students walking 
to and from Hines Hall could hear 
the sounds of hammers, saws, etc. in 
the old Hardy Library. Reconstruc- 
tion of the old library and the admin- 
istration building was finished in 
June. The finished product gave the 
campus more classroom space, a 
special room for the Discipliana col- 
lection, a language laboratory and 
several new offices for the adminis- 
trative staff. 

DOSTER INAUGURATED 

Usually the biggest event for the 
entire campus community in the fall 
is Homecoming. But change pre- 
vailed and Homecoming was post- 
poned until the spring. The first 
weekend in October was an historic 
event at ACC with the inauguration 
of Dr. Harold C. Doster as the ninth 
president of the college. 



The weekend began with Parents' 
Day on Saturday. More than 200 
parents were provided an opportu- 
nity to visit the campus and get a 
first-hand look at the College and 
the different aspects of college life 
and education being offered to their 
children. Departmental receptions, 
student entertainment, a family pic- 
nic and the play sponsored by Stage 
& Script entitled "Little Mary Sun- 
shine" made the day complete. 

On Sunday, October 8, Dr. Doster 
was inaugurated in an outdoor 



ceremony attended by more than 75 
delegates of institutions of higher 
learning in addition to highly placed 
church and political leaders, many 
friends, alumni and students. Op- 
timism appeared to run high for the 
future of ACC as Doster assumed his 
role and talked about his goals for 
his administration and for the Col- 
lege. 

The inaugural weekend was com- 
pleted the following day with a sym- 
posium dealing with the "future of 
the Church-Related College." 



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CAMPUS SHOCKED 

Campus students, namely 
females, were shocked in the fall 
when two students were raped, one 
on campus and the other near cam- 
pus. The attacks prompted officials 
to take several steps in better light- 
ing of the campus, extra police pro- 
tection at night, and informing 
female students about attacks and 
preventive tactics to avoid attacks. A 
male escort service was also 
enacted for the better part of the fall 
semester. It took several months for 
the normally quiet campus to settle 
back to an easy state. 

Just when the campus was recov- 
ering, the disappearance of SGA 
President Don Berry in early No- 
vember threw the campus back into 
a turmoil. A quiet, well liked person, 
Berry dissappeared without many 
clothes or other personal belong- 
ings from his dorm room. Every pos- 
sible lead was exhausted by the stu- 
dent services office and local police 
but it was not until late December 
that Berry himself contacted a rela- 
tive and said he was okay and living 
in New York. 

Another rape of ACC coed occur- 
red off-campus in April. Although 
this attack brought less attention 
than the ones in the fall, it made 
female students aware of walking 
alone without a friend. 

ENTERTAINMENT 

Breaking with the past tradition of 
good concerts sponsored by SGA at 
ACC, the Entertainment Committee 
fell short of that goal with its fall 
concerts. Heatwave and Mother's 
Finest did not draw the crowds as 
previous concerts had done. Both 
concerts lost money putting the 
concert funding into trouble for the 
rest of the year. 

The spring semester started off 
slow for the Committee, but the end 
of school saw a spurtness of life in 
the Committee. The first annual 
Spring Festival was held in April. 
Plenty of bluegrass music, clogging 
and sunshine made this festival a 
huge success. Topping off the year 
were the Tarns. They performed at 
an outdoor concert during spring fi- 
nals. As was the case last year when 
the Tarns appeared, their music and 
dancing routines gave the students 
a chance to break away from study- 




ing and enjoy a free afternoon out- 
side. 

Under new leadership, students 
were afforded a new look in the Stu- 
dent Center "game room" where 
more games such as pinball, pool 



and ping pong gave students a place 
to escape from the frustrations of 
college. 

Taking a breather from the hectic 
routine of starting school, students 
at ACC showed their talents at the 
annual Talent Night. Both profes- 
sional and homestyle acts were per- 
formed all to the enjoyment of the 
audience. 

Coffeehouses, concerts spon- 
sored by other campus groups, and 
free movies sponsored by the Stu- 
dent Center Committee were all in- 
creased to help stamp out the image 
of a suitcase college. 

Plays produced by Stage & Script, 
concerts and special musical shows 
sponsored by the Music Depart- 
ment, art gallery showings, and 
Concert and Lecture sponsored 
talks and movies all played a major 
part in the entertainment choices 
available to ACC students. These dif- 
ferent offerings gave students a 
chance to see and hear profession- 
als and well known artisans display 
or talk about their works along with 
the students themselves who inter- 
preted plays or shows. 




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ACADEMICS: REVISED, 
REVAMPED, RESTRUCTED 

Academic quality is always the 
number one concern for administra- 
tion and faculty alike here at ACC. 
The quality was enhanced this past 
year by strenghtening the foreign 
language program through a new 
Department of English and Modern 
Languages; adding three tracks in 
business administration for finance, 
marketing and management; and 
the implementation of a new ap- 
proach to freshman English. The 
Department of Education continued 
to pioneer through the hearing im- 
paired curriculum and a new en- 
trance criteria for teaching screen- 
ing beginning in the freshman year 
was begun. The Science Department 
was busy cutting requirements for 
Biology majors and working on the 
feasibility of a medical technology 
program for the ACC campus. All 
other departments were also con- 
stantly striving for excellence in of- 
fering students the best possible 
classes. 

Solar energy was prominent in the 
news when the City of Wilson and 
ACC embarked on an experiment 



this past fall. Project director, Dr. 
Kim, an ACC Professor, hopes that 
the plant will be a big step in the fu- 
ture of solving the growing energy 
problem. 

In the spring, the faculty voted in a 
new absentee policy. Although stu- 
dents were shocked at the policy at 
first, the faculty felt this new way 
would be fairer in the long run to 
both on and off campus students. 

HOMECOMING: FUN FOR ALUMNI 

After being moved from its usual 
fall date, Homecoming fell short for 
on-campus students although close 
to 300 alumni showed up for the fes- 
tivities. After the parade was cancel- 
led the week of Homecoming, only 
several campus groups were able to 
build campus displays for judging. 

Highlights of the weekend in- 
cluded the homecoming dance on 
Friday night at which time Sabrina 
Lanier was crowned 1979 Home- 
coming Queen; special luncheons 
for those classes celebrating an 
anniversary; golf and tennis 
matches; and the alumni banquet 
held Saturday night in the cafeteria. 





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WEATHER PROMPTS 
SPECIAL ACTIVITIES 

Along with the changes in weather 
come extra-curricular events for 
ACC students. With the cooler 
weather in the fall, athletes of all 
shapes, sizes and physical abilities 
tried their running skills (and legs) in 
the annual Turkey Day Race. Win- 
ners received turkeys, while runner 
ups won cakes. 

The spirit of Christmas ran high on 
campus, especially when it came to 
Christmas trees. The Student Center 
Committee chose a hugh tree that 
went up through the sky light of the 
Student Center. Christmas break 
and the cold weather gave students 
a chance to hit the slopes or just stay 
inside and rest up for the spring se- 
mester. One group of ACC students 
really enjoyed themselves on a P.E. 
Department sponsored ski trip to 
Boone. 

The campus was startled in Feb- 
ruary when a blanket of snow cov- 
ered Wilson and classes at the col- 
lege were closed for a day. Although 
classes were cancelled, students 
were busy doing constructive work 
including building snowmen and 



other sculptures around campus. 
They also were involved in making 
snowballs for surprise attacks on 
unsuspecting students. 

Spring finally came and saw the 
Greeks all involved in their special 
week of events. Although the Greeks 
stay busy throughout the year, they 
put one week in Spring aside to 
celebrate being Greeks. Greek Sing 
is the main event of the week and, as 
in past years, the Greeks really en- 
tertained the crowd with music from 
country and western to excerpts 
from broadway shows. 

Rain made Activities Day rather 
muddy, but it did not dampen the 
spirits of the Greeks as they showed 
their athletic prowess in competitive 
races and events. Other activities 
throughout the week included a 
penny drive, dress up and T-shirt 
days, and a special dance for Greeks 
at Wedgewood. 

Bathing beauties, beach 
weekends, frisbees flying overhead, 
loud stereos and long nights at the 
library were all signs that spring had 
sprung and that the end of another 
academic year at ACC was right 
around the corner. 





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AN HISTORIC FOUNDERS DAY 

A lovely sunny day inspired high 
hopes for Founders Day held on May 
1. This year, the day's activities were 
highlighted by a ground breaking 
ceremony at the new 30 acre site for 
the physical education, athletic and 
recreational complex, which will be 
built only three-tenths of a mile from 
the campus. 

Honors Convocation was also 
held on Founders Day on center 
campus to honor those students 
who had received special recogni- 
tion through the year. The day was 
topped off by the athletic banquet in 
the cafeteria and a choir concert in 
Howard Chapel. 




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SPORTS PUTS ACC ON MAP 

It was a very good year for ACC 
sports fans. The fall saw the soccer 
team win the Carolina Conference 
Championship and, also, the naming 
of Willie Diamond, a freshman, as an 
All-American. 

After a good performance by both 
men's and women's basketball 
teams, spring sprouted with the 
track, baseball, and golf teams 
doing well in tough league competi- 
tion. Women's tennis hit a high point 
in April when leader Tracy Eubanks 
placed second in the NCIAW Divi- 
sion Three Tournament in Raleigh. 

As school came to a close, the 
men's tennis team kept the campus 
in suspense as they prepared for the 
NAIA finals in Kansas City. Finishing 
second nationaly last year, the ACC 
team, led by Coach Parham, kept 
their winning streak going by taking 
this year's district championship in 
Raleigh. 

At Kansas City, initial impressions 
by coaches was that Redlands 
California would be the team to beat 
in the 28th annual NAIA tennis 
championship. In the final analysis, 
Redlands did prove to be a strong 
contender, however, they were not 
strong enough, as Atlantic Christian 
played to its first NAIA Tennis 
Championship. 



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GRADUATION IS FINALE 
FOR CLASS OF '79 

In Commencement exercises held 
May 11 on center campus, 301 se- 
niors graduated from Atlantic Chris- 
tian College in the 77th year of the 
College. 

Receiving the Scholarship Award 
was Rebecca Todwin Hodge of 
Kenly. This award is given annually 
to the graduate who has received 
the highest scholastic record for 
their college career. 

Marcia Karen Page of Raleigh re- 
ceived the coveted Faculty Cup from 
President Doster. This award is 
given to the senior who, in the esti- 
mation of the faculty, has the best 
general record in the college. 

Miles Stanley, Senior Class Presi- 
dent, gave the traditional presenta- 
tion of the senior gift to the Col- 
lege. This year, the 1979 class 
presented a mobile that will hang 
under the sky light in the Hamlin 
Student Center. 

President Randall Cutlip of Wil- 
liam Woods College in Fulton, Mis- 
souri, a former academic dean of 
ACC, was the Commencement 
speaker. 

Mr. Bruce Riley of Wilson was 
presented with an honorary degree. 
The message to the new alumni was 
given by Mr. Kay Dunn, president of 
the ACC Alumni Association. 

CHANGE: RECAPPED 

The academic year 1978-79 has 
been a year full of change and yet 
having the basic philosophy and 
teaching tradition of Atlantic Chris- 
tian College remaining steadfastly 
as in the past. Change can be for the 
better or for the worst but we feel 
that changes, both today and tomor- 
row, will allow Atlantic Christian Col- 
lege to remain as a competitive in- 
dependent church-related college in 
North Carolina. ACC not only gives 
students a full array of academic 
subjects to further educate them, 
but it also gives students the chance 
to change and grow toward future 
independence and a role in society. 



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TO THOSE WHO HELPED: 

There are many people at Atlantic Christian College and in my life that helped me with this 
yearbook, and this page was saved for their acknowledgement. 

I would like to thank my wonderful staff. They were a good group of people, and I enjoyed 
working with them. I would also like to thank Jody Sexton for being my advisor. She was a 
great helper who always knew what to do. Appreciation also goes to Joe Allegood, my 
yearbook representative, who was there whenever I had a problem (even at 10:00 on Satur- 
day night.) 

The special people I want to thank are Teri Davis for believing in me, Milton Rogerson and 
Catherine Batten for their love and guidance, but most of all, my roommate, Dorothy Creech 
for putting up with me, and my sister, Jane Norton and my husband, Jimmy Cobb. If it had not 
been for them, I never would have finished. 

Atlantic Christian College has been my life for four years, and I have loved every minute of 
it. Although my life goes on, I will never forget these most memorable years. Thank VOL/, 
Atlantic Christian College. 

My love to ACC, 
Suzanne Crutchfield Cobb 
June 24, 1979 





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